This sleek wire umbrella stand will enhance any modern entryway. Or you could keep it in the middle of the room like these people, I guess.
Umbrellas are basically flowers, except they repel rain water instead of using it to grow. So not really anything like flowers, but they do look pretty in flower pots.
It's just that sometimes it's hard to know where to find the umbrellas. This will help.
The copper stands out beautifully in an otherwise monochrome space, which helps distract from the nagging feeling that something horrible once happened here.
These umbrella stands scream modern design, and whisper, "I'm not a trash can, I promise."
I know what you're thinking: Does the carpet match the umbrella stand? And yes. Yes it does.
Fact: These boots were designed by Cinderella's fairy godmother.
The only problem I see here is I would constantly be picking up the whole thing thinking the handle in the middle belonged to my umbrella. But I bet umbrellas make for a rousing game of pickup sticks.
And then get really wild by putting an umbrella in upside down. Scandalous.
This style is absolutely gorgeous, even if sorcery is required to keep the umbrellas from falling out.
A woven basket makes a great umbrella stand, just take care to weight the bottom so it doesn't topple over. And be sure to put a huge model sailboat right next to it.
Fill one of those giant glass craft store vases with colorful umbrellas, because filling them with flowers and water is just asking for trouble.
If you can't commit to a whole umbrella stand, start with the outline of one.
This square umbrella stand will tuck into any corner, perfect for those short on space who can't stand the thought of their virginal umbrella touching someone else's.
I'm really sorry about the pun. I just really love this owlish umbrella stand.
I'll show myself out.
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